Universal Music Publishing Group Renews Deal With Dorff

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Andrew Dorff

Universal Music Publishing Group Nashville has renewed its exclusive publishing deal with songwriter Andrew Dorff. Dorff co-wrote Hunter Hayes‘ hit “Somebody’s Heartbreak” with UMPG songwriters Hayes and Luke Laird. Dorff also co-wrote Ronnie Dunn‘s Top 10 hit, “Bleed Red.”

“Andrew is a gifted songwriter and a rising star in the Nashville songwriting community,” said UMPG’s Executive VP/GM Kent Earls. “He is delivering songs that are taking him to the next level. We look forward to building on the success that we have already achieved over the past four years.”

“It doesn’t get any better than Universal Music Publishing and the creative staff I get to work with everyday… I’m beyond excited to continue what we have started…I’m a lucky dude,” said Dorff.

Additionally, Dorff has secured cuts by Blake Shelton, Justin Moore, Sara Evans, Tim McGraw and The Robertson Family. He has upcoming cuts with McGraw, Evans and Kenny Chesney.

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